Thanks for the links !! Enough of ENTP now (I need a break), let's come to INFJ : how did you discover your enneatype ?
INFJ 8 ? I just wrote some posts about INFP/8 (mistyped). Around + than 90 per cent of type 8 is considered as being extrovert.
What do you say about that (yes I know, we are not dealing anymore with ENTP and ENFP) ?
But we ENTP are not forced to be the center of attention
I've always loved learning languages. As a child, I already felt very attracted to "unknown sounds", "strange syllables", even without understanding a thing, I felt very curious about differences.
And this is probably a gift not to "feel lost in translations". Useless to say, that depends of course on the person with who I'm communicating.
If there is a misunderstanding, you'll probably notice it very quickly as you pay good attention to the answers.
Most of the time, it becomes very funny when misunderstandings are only due to different native languages.
Like those slips of tongues I learn some great vocabulary on Youtube, yeah I know... One can always improve his/her SLANG.
I don't give much weight to enneagram, as it can change with any mood swing, but, it's best to start a new discussion somewhere else to talk about that, than here.
I love debating, and when I hear a wrong argument, I always feel like I'm compelled to rectify the error in the argument.
I see life as a game and I see myself as a player, I view people as chess pieces and I want to know how to control them by their will. (I'm sorta Machiavelli, in a sense)
I value criticism, especially the sensible ones.
I don't really care about people, I just want to do what I want sometimes.
My ENFP traits:
I'm emphatic, and I like helping people and counseling their problems.
I can be sensitive to people's criticism too, but not always. (Just some ad hominem ones)